En Coda Music
432 Hz Deep Listening Experience
LIVE ALBUM RECORDING FROM THE EN CODA FILM
STUDIO RECORDING ALBUM
En Coda is a deep listening experience. An immersive journey into sound and frequency.
Influenced by the fusion of ancient sound healing traditions and the world of classical music, En Coda presents a meditative musical experience.
This unique album blends the rich sonority of classical strings and the enchanting vocals of Tenille Bentley, leading the listener through a unique whole-of-body musical journey.
Tenille Bentley - Creative Director, lead vocals, shrutibox, bowls and flutes
January Kultura - Native drum (One Cry)
Julian Silburn - Crystal Didjeridu (One Cry & Delicate Warrior)
Mark Coughlan - Conductor & Musical Director
Stuart James - Orchestral Composition
Soundfield Studios - Production
SideB Films - Film & Audio (Dom Giorgi, Joe Branco & Tim Halligan)
WHY 432 Hz?
In the world of sound therapy Tenille Bentley uses the 432 Hz frequency to aid in relaxation, wellbeing and to support a deeper meditative experience.
When we typically listen to music, it is normally in the frequency of 440 Hz.
So, when we listen to music on the radio or we listen to instruments, most of the time it is tuned to this frequency.
But what does we mean by frequency?
Frequency is the oscillation of the wave, meaning how many cycles per second are contained in that wave and when that wave hits our ears, we hear or often feel it, in that specific frequency.
When we explore the world of 432 Hz we are bringing the frequency or the oscillation of the wave down into a slower activity, meaning that cycles per second is only 432 Hz instead of 440 Hz. The theory behind this is that it is flatter and slower than we are normally listening to every day.
When this becomes the dominant frequency in the room our cells (which are vibrating at their own rate), begin to mimic the dominant frequency in the room.
This is often done through entrainment as well as the mirror neurons in the brain. When our cells begin to mimic this frequency, it is said to aid in deeper relaxation and a reduction of the stress hormone cortisol.
Frequency and music is often used in today's modern medicine, for brain trauma injuries, depression, anxiety, Alzheimer’s, dementia and in many more therapeutic activities.
432 Hz is said to be the mathematical equation of our earth. There are many benefits experienced from this frequency and it is said to be in harmony with our bodies.
432 harmonics have been found all over ancient texts and ancient sites.
728 Hz is the universal life frequency and was identified by Dr Royal Raymond Rife as being the most beneficial and healing of all the frequencies. 728 Hz is also a natural harmonic of 432 Hz which when you listen to En Coda Music you benefit from both of these powerful frequencies.
The En Coda Music project is exploring this particular kind of listening experience where we begin to measure what is happening to the brain, heart rate and breath rate the results of which will be shown in our upcoming documentary Does Sound Heal.